The undefeated Green Bay Packers beat the St. Louis Rams 24-3 at Lambeau Field on their way to an NFL-best 6-0 record. Scoring three second-quarter touchdowns, the Packers took a 24-3 lead into halftime and maintained enough of a defensive presence in the scoreless second half to win.
It wasn't pretty outside of the second quarter, but the Packers did enough against a struggling opponent to get another solid win. The Packers entered the game as heavy favorites in a matchup of the league's best against the league's worst.
The Packers take their perfect record on the road to face the Minnesota Vikings next week before getting their bye week after that. With a win against the sputtering Vikings, the Packers would go into their bye 7-0 facing a tough road game against the San Diego Chargers.
While any win in the NFL is celebrated, there were both positive and negative takeaways from the game.